Gen V is very entertaining. Though some of the comic book aspects won’t wow you, the story is engaging enough to keep you ready and waiting for more.
Wheel of Time struggles to pull itself back into focus, & while it manages to find its footing, it is plagued by the same issues it faced in season 1.
The One Piece live action show is an incredibly fun watch for both old and new fans alike.
It appears that Filoni may successfully make Ahsoka a worthwhile endeavor and not just another cog in the interconnected Star Wars machine.
Thanks to a winning cast (now including two major stars) and an enticing new mystery, Only Murders in the Building still remains light on its feet.
Harley Quinn's passionate relationship with Poison Ivy thrives thanks to their hero vs. villain crisis, but it comes at the expense of the whole gang.
Good Omens season 2 justifies its existence with a compelling new mystery and the return of David Tennant and Michael Sheen's incomparable chemistry.
Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead is the latest horror anime to come to Crunchyroll, and it's already a must-watch due to its innovative art and story.
Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 has finally made its debut, and the season premiere, alone, completely blows season 1 out of the water.
Crunchyroll's new monster murder mystery anime is both a hilariously entertaining romp and a legitimately good classical detective story.
While there are moments that offer genuine warmth and humor, season 2 is plagued by more of the same surface-level nonsense. It's unforgivable.
You have to appreciate the sheer scale Riley employs. The show is equal parts fun & social commentary. It's as blunt with its ideas as it is sincere.
It isn't clear if Secret Invasion can pull off the ambitious story it's selling, but with Samuel L. Jackson in the lead, it'll be a thrilling journey.
A riveting series on the impact of long-lasting trauma and poor mental health, The Crowded Room is emotionally gripping television at its finest.
The final season thoughtfully provides closure, growth, intriguing conflicts & hurdles for its characters, sending Devi off on a new adventure.
The Idol, for all its flashy marketing & controversy, is boring — there's an intriguing story underneath, but it's buried by vanity & superficiality.
Aside from wrapping up the year, the intense Chicago Fire season 11 finale, "Red Waterfall," is also a launching pad for what's to come.
American Born Chinese sometimes spins more plates than it can handle, but it keeps things on track with sincere performances and a powerful aesthetic.
The truncated final season of The Flash stumbled after a strong start, but Grant Gustin's last run as Barry Allen still manages to be a sweet homage.
Four years since its parent series ended, however, Young Sheldon has clearly outgrown its prequel roots, and the season 6 finale crystallizes that.
XO, Kitty appears to be a straightforward tale of rom-com sweetness, but in reality, it's packed with enough twists to surpass any expectations.